At the NDLA annual conference in Jamestown, the pre-conference workshop was “Grant Writing for Librarians,” hosted by Tammy Sayles of the Pikes Peak Library. For those who weren’t able to attend, I wanted to highlight some resources from Grant Space that Tammy shared. These are free resources you can use to develop your grant writing skills and improve your grant-seeking knowledge.
- Introduction to Finding Grants Webinar (Recorded) – This 30 minute session covers the key concepts to know about finding grants.
- Introduction to Finding Grants Online (Self-Paced eLearning) – This course teaches you the 10 most important things to know about finding grants in more depth than the recorded webinar.
- Introduction to Proposal Writing Webinar (Recorded) – This 30 minute session covers the standard elements of a proposal and how to write one.
- Proposal Writing Short Course (Self-Paced eLearning) – This course teaches you the key components of a proposal, what to include, and how to improve your proposal.
What’s your most useful tip for finding grants? Share your success stories in the comments!